State-of-the-art Single Gas Detector and Docking Station
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The event memory saves all important data when was the alarm triggered? (date and time). Which alarm was triggered? (A1, A2, A3, TWA, STEL). Which gas concentration was present? Data can be extracted and manipulated on a PC.
The MICRO IVDockingstation is a trendsetting managementsystem, which enormously reduces cost of ownership and duration of calibration. The docking station checks the acoustic and optical alarm functions, device errors, alarm thresholds and response times of the MICRO IV.
The bump test comprises of Response time, Alarm thresholds, Alarms (optical and acoustic), Software, Device and software identification, Device errors.
Up to 6 MICRO IV can be automatically bumpchecked or calibrated simultaneously. The docking station reduces the daily time required for calibration and function test (bump test) dramatically. Operation could not be simpler – Green light is PASS, red light is FAIL. Due to its’ small size the Dockingstation can be placed almost anywhere. No external PCs or modules are required.
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